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  • proper noun An inland county of England bordered by Shropshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.


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  • Yet what's happening at Newchurch in Staffordshire is remarkably low profile, and it's only one of many similar campaigns.

    Archive 2004-09-05

  • The story relates to an incredible archeological find in Staffordshire, England, which has unearthed -- quite literally -- a treasure trove of 1300 year old Anglo-Saxon items, more than 1500 items in fact, inclusive of crosses that may have been altar or processional crosses.

    Anglo-Saxon Discovery in Staffordshire

  • Despite all metropolitan impressions to the contrary, factories in Staffordshire still turn out crockery, tiles, ornaments, bathroom fittings, bricks, earthenware pipes, and ceramic parts for a wide range of sophisticated technologies, including aero engines and surgical implants.

    Fire returns to the Potteries' heart

  • New Liturgical Movement: Anglo-Saxon Discovery in Staffordshire skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Anglo-Saxon Discovery in Staffordshire

  • Nancy took me to several places in Staffordshire and one was Lake Rudyard.

    The First World War Memoirs of Sampson J. Goodfellow, Part 16: A Touch of Romance

  • Kou is handcrafted in Staffordshire, England, and is available in a variety of sizes to fit custom applications, with prices from £1500-£5000.

    The Kou Chandelier from Item

  • Oliver C.G. Harris, a professor of American literature at Keele University in Staffordshire, England, who edited a collection of Burroughs's letters published by Viking in 1993, said the material was the Holy Grail of scholars of the Beat generation.

    Boing Boing: February 26, 2006 - March 4, 2006 Archives

  • Later, when I became Inspector of Schools, under the Board of Education, I also suggested to the teachers in Staffordshire County, where most of my work lay, that the different schools should collect similar information as well as local information about our own Staffordshire industries.

    Training Britain's Youth

  • I went to this NewCastle in Staffordshire to see the makeing of ye fine tea potts.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • This town is halfe in Staffordshire and halfe in Cheshire, one side of ye streete in ye one, and ye other in ye latter, so yt they often jest on it in travelling one wheele goes in Staffordshire ye other wheele in Cheshire.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary


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